Three Hurricanes Tabbed to NABC Honors Court
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – A trio of University of Miami men’s basketball players received NABC Honors Court distinction, as announced Tuesday.
Filippos Gkogkos, Charlie Moore and Sam Waardenburg all garnered the plaudit for their success in the classroom during the 2021-22 academic year. In order to qualify for the NABC Honors Court, the student-athlete must be a junior, senior or graduate student with a 3.2 GPA or higher for the school year.
A third-year sophomore from Athens, Greece, Gkogkos recorded a 3.651 GPA in 2021-22 while majoring in business analytics. This is the first time he was eligible for the NABC Honors Court.
Moore, a sixth-year redshirt senior out of Chicago, posted a 3.46 GPA during his lone year at The U. The DePaul transfer was a member of Miami’s international administration graduate program.
A sixth-year redshirt senior from Auckland, New Zealand, Waardenburg notched a lofty 3.731 GPA in his final year with the Hurricanes. In pursuit of his second master’s degree at Miami, Waardenburg was a member of the liberal studies graduate program.
Miami, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Virginia and Virginia Tech were the only ACC institutions with multiple players named to the NABC Honors Court.
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